ESPN Anchor Sage Steele to Headline EDGE|X Carmel

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ESPN anchor and Indiana University graduate Sage Steele is set to join six other speakers in Carmel for Friday’s EDGE|X conference. The program is an extension of EDGE Mentoring, a faith-based national organization that fosters mentoring relationships and provides resources and opportunities for leaders.

Other speakers include: 

  • Gary Brackett, former Indianapolis Colts linebacker and owner of Brackett Restaurant Group
  • Jordan Lee Dooley, best-selling author of “Own Your Everyday”
  • Ken Coleman, best-selling author of “The Proximity Principle”
  • Bob Goff, best-selling author and founder of “Love Does”

EDGE|X will center around the theme “One Life: How Will You Use Yours?” for this year’s conference. The program aims to encourage attendees to bring their best whole selves to their work, relationships and community. 

“EDGE|X is for energetic leaders who want to make the world bigger and better,” said Dave Neff, EDGE Mentoring president and chief executive officer. “We are committed to building a community of mentoring relationships where personal, professional and spiritual growth can all happen in the same space.” 

  • Perspectives

    • Time Management: When and How to Work to Your Max Productivity

      Time is the one resource in your life that is neither replenishable nor renewable. Regardless of how you spin it, everyone starts each day on an equal playing field with 24 hours in the time bank. And while people often yearn for more time, what they really need is better time management. Understanding where your time goes, when you are most productive, and why you should protect yourself against distractions are the keys to achieving your max productivity.



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